One of the toughest choices in life is deciding on whether to quit your job and shouldn’t be on impulse. We hear people every day say they are unhappy with their current job. But that reason alone should be the driving factor to a decision to quit your job.
My first disclosure is you have to carefully consider the pros and cons of your decision. How will this decision impact you
g5, 10, 30 years down the line? I say this because it is very true that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.
Difficult Work Environment
This could be a number of factors. The future of the company could create a tough work environment because your job security is always on mind. Also, if you have negative bosses or coworkers that make you feel degraded or treat you poorly.
Dead End Job
This pretty much is a short and easy one. If your job has no room for advancement or raises, that is a good reason to find another job. There are some people out their who will be happy in the entry level position to retirement, however, if you want to grow professionally you want to show advancement on your resume.
If you are so unhappy with work that you only look forward to the weekend…and then on the weekend worry about going to work. It is time to get out!! One of the worst things to your health is Stress (studies have put it up there with smoking and drinking).Now stress is normal at times in any job but if it constant you should consider quitting. Before you quit for this reason try taking a vacation or short break. That may be what is needed for your body to reset.
One major thing to remember when you are quitting a job is that you do not burn any bridges or lose those good recommendations in the process.